Horace Greeley

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United States journalist with political ambitions (1811-1872)


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Northern reformers such as Horace Greely, publisher of the New York Tribune, condemned competitors who pandered to the masses by substituting sensationalism for improving content, while all-out advocates of the free market such as James Gordon Bennett, publisher of the rival New York Herald, saw attitudes such as Greeley's as moralistic, socialistic, and condescending.
This site displays the work of Susan Pojer, the "webmistress" and a teacher at Horace Greely High School in Chappaqua, New York.